-To All of England

Thou real King has died.

Oh our dear king, noble and honorable until the end. Attacking the fiend Mordred head on along with sword Excalibur, showing who the serpent was from the king dream. The battle between Mordred to the death ended with the demise of both but Arthur came out with the upper hand. A true battle of honor was tested today, many men fell. I found myself tested when the fate of the legendary sword Excalibur was placed in my hands, in awe of its valiant reputation I was, at first, unable to follow our dying king’s request. How dishonorable could I be? Entrusted to me was a task by our king and I was unable to fulfill his order. Dammit. Knowing the importance of the mighty sword, I returned to the lake finally. The third time’s a charm. Curse my dishonorable actions!! Allowing the fear of losing Excalibur to sway me was a sign of treachery, never again will I allow such things to affect my better judgment.

As I stand in front of you today and as the Kingdom mourns and our round table, I ask you to celebrate his great accomplishments and remember his name.

Hail Arthur!!!!!!

Sir Bedevere 

 


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Lanval
11/21/2013 8:10pm

Sir Bedevere,

Do not be too hard on yourself. Although you did not follow the kings last wishes at first, you did in the end. In the end, you showed honor. And you also showed courage. It took a lot to get rid of that powerful sword, for many people may not have wished to do so. However, you remained honorable even if you had to take a few tries to do it. Honor is the most important thing to our king, and the king died knowing that you are honorable to him. Any knight would have done the same, and questioned throwing the Excalibur into the lake. I am quite sure it is in good hands, King Arthur was a brilliant king. He was loyal to his land and his kingdom, and would not do anything dishonorable to his people. When it comes time to return, I’m sure the Excalibur will do so. Fear not, sir Bedevere, your acts may have taking a few tries, but you are honorable.
-Lanval

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Merlin
11/22/2013 8:04am

Bedevere,
Fear not any dishonor that you feel you've earned by initially disobeying Arthur. Excalibur is a powerful sword, so magical that it may only belong to the true King. To behold it is to grant yourself a glimpse of the awesomeness our king Arthur held. I knew it was he that would initially draw that sword from the very stone in which it rested, triumphing over all other men in the land. It is good that you did finally listen to Arthur in discarding it, for the return of Excalibur shall mean the return of our new king!
Merlin

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Tristan
11/22/2013 11:25am

Sir Bedever,
For thou honor, and thy integrity the will of the King hath bestowed the task of taking Excalibur to its proper burial, along with the great King Arthur. Do not feel dishonored by your actions for they are far less evasive than many other dishonorable things person in the entire court hath committed. Be aware that your actions and loyalty to the King will forever be recognized and you name will fall into history along with that of King Arthur!

Tristan

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Ygrene
11/24/2013 5:49pm

Dear Knight, the real honor - and this may come as a concern for you to hear - may not always bow to the rules in which he is given. He may only listen to the one true voice within his heart, the one that expresses doubt and fears and the concern that this life lived may not be granted full if certain requests are not abided. As long as you do not follow your heart to the end of the earth, where you fall and are no more, you have done little wrong in my eyes. You prove yoruself most honorable with the sympathy for my son's death, and for that you needn't say no more. While your thoughts wander and those thoughts prompted you elsewhere in your agenda, you still did what was asked. I see no wrongdoing in your actions, my Lord. Carry on with your grievance and hail to He who was true to you.

- Ygrene

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Uther
11/29/2013 6:07am

Today is a day of mourning. My dear son, King Arthur, has met his demise. He was a most honorable and courageous man. The short time I had to raise young Arthur was time well spent. He has honored our family as a great and powerful man. Arthur was generous, and more ambitious than any man who has walked the land. He has conquered again and again with no fear. His death will lead to destruction unless there is another man on this earth who is comparable to Arthur in bravery and leadership.
Bedivere, you have served your Lord righteously. I understand your hesitation in discarding Excalibur. As a loyal knight, your instinct most likely was to use Excalibur for vengeance. I imagine your hesitation stemmed from your longing to slaughter all of those who chose the deplorable Mordred over our mighty Arthur.


Uther

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King Arthur
12/08/2013 11:06pm

From the heavens above, I watch all the children of the dawn string dominantly bright as the sun. The round table takes its beauteous wings and maddens my soul like wine. No night can be so dark and black, wrathful or beheld like the great Babel, like the table I held close to my heart. The wintry vapors which escaped our lips when we marched onto battle. The extreme tension of our arms when we slew dragons. When our rushed like cyclones beneath the summer flowers athwart the elfin lights. Our hands were built like granite of the rock ribbed by the lands. None could bend our will. No other heart was as blithe as thee when he saw his men march for his people and I, the king. Insanely, I remain impassive in paradise, only to come back with speeds of light to guide my people again. For all those who had try to destroy our way of living, would face thy wrath, though it crushes like a bite in the empty shadows. May the young generation keep the flame burnt, upon the altar with impatient winds to guide their footsteps. I will forever guide them in their hearts for the legend of I, shall remain immortal through the times.

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Gawain
12/18/2013 12:54am

Sir Bedevere,

You have judged yourself too harshly. Even though you have failed to obey your king several times, you manged to deliver your promise in the end. Weakness is a fault in all of us. Even I have succumbed to cowardice and dishonor, though it pains me to say it. What matters is how you pull through in the end. And you have indeed returned the sword. So long as your promise has been kept your honor would be intact as well. Do not consume yourself with grief over this. Our king has fallen and so should our grief follow him instead. Hail Arthur!

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Guinevere
12/18/2013 2:28am

King Arthur is a hero, humble and loyal to the great Breton. He saved my life in away. He allowed me freedom and peace even after I betrayed him continually.I have no doubt in my mind that my beloved, Breton's hero will you return. With open arms to welcome me back to his castle as Queen. No one could even replace King Arthur, the fellow warrior of us all, no one could replace him or even try to take over this Breton, thy shall be no other King, and Breton shall wait patiently for his return. I miss my husband and I believe I will see him before I leave this earth once more.

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Sir Robin
12/18/2013 10:51am

Why must everyone show these types of coward acts. I am outraged that some Knights want to call me a coward, but in reality i am braver than all of them. Our King, how I wish he had asked me instead of you to do his last deed for him. Without any hesitation the King;s orders would have been followed, I am so sad that he has died. Im brave and even I cried for 3 days. But you Bedevere, could not even complete the King's last task, you coward. Like Gawain you should be forced to walk around wearing something that will shame you for the rest of your existence for what you have done. Rest in Peace our great King Arthur. May you live through us the Brave ones in this Kingdom.

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